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  • The vocals enter the track after a short amount of time with a delivery that is definitely lacking in the energy that I loved so much about just about every other Sledding With Tigers song
  • Though I don’t mind slower tempos or alternative sounds, the problem I have thus far with the two tracks on this record is that the vocals really seem restrained in comparison to many of the other songs by Sledding With Tigers
  • In the end, I think that a listener’s enjoyment of this track, and the preceding song as well for that matter, highly comes down to if the listener is more vocally or musically oriented
  • On a positive side, the band has a more interesting sound musically, although I should note it’s a very strict departure from the fast acoustic guitar strumming which makes up many of the band’s other tracks


    • by grimmy101
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      Sweater Weather is a song by Sledding With Tigers and the second song on their 2011 split release with Kids. Opening up with a tone that’s similar to the preceding track, Sweater Weather starts out with a sound that’s almost country in nature.

      The vocals enter the track after a short amount of time with a delivery that is definitely lacking in the energy that I loved so much about just about every other Sledding With Tigers


      song.

      The band does embrace the utilization of violin on this track as well, but the slow tempo on this track and the delivery simply isn’t working for me.

      Though I don’t mind slower tempos or alternative sounds, the problem I have thus far with the two tracks on this record is that the vocals really seem restrained in comparison to many of the other songs by Sledding With Tigers.

      In the end, I think that a listener’s enjoyment ...


      • of this track, and the preceding song as well for that matter, highly comes down to if the listener is more vocally or musically oriented.

        On a positive side, the band has a more interesting sound musically, although I should note it’s a very strict departure from the fast acoustic guitar strumming which makes up many of the band’s other tracks.

        Despite these more interesting musical sections, I feel like the vocal performance on the two songs thus far

        on this record have suffered which is a shame because the vocals really were the aspect of the song to carry a lot of Sledding With Tiger pieces.

        Slightly less enjoyable than the opening song of the record, Sweater Weather has a sound significantly different than a what a listener familiar to this band will be expecting.

        Personally, I’m not a big fan of this track and think it’s a step down in terms of songwriting from The Arrested Cats.




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